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Traceability in the U.S. Food Supply: Economic Theory and Industry Studies

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By Elise Golan, Barry Krissoff, Fred Kuchler, Linda Calvin, Kenneth Nelson, and Gregory Price

Agricultural Economic Report No. (AER-830) 56 pp, March 2004

This investigation into the traceability baseline in the United States finds that private sector food firms have developed a substantial capacity to trace.


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Keywords: traceability, traceback, tracking, recall, tracing, supply-side management, food safety, product differentiation, ERS, USDA

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Updated date: March 18, 2004

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